Already closed | 1h 20m | Chelsea

The Hundred We Are

From 5 member  reviews
Members say: Confusing, Disappointing, Thought-provoking, Slow, Profound

About the show

Origin Theatre Company presents a show about the three conflicting sides of the same woman, played by four performers. More…

Three women, three stories, one person. Whose life is it anyway? The stories of three women--a young radical, a middle-aged housewife, and a clear-eyed world-traveler--unexpectedly merge. Did they travel the globe or stay at home? Did they write revolutionary poetry or study dental hygiene? Did they bring down the system or accept the status quo? Will they share the same fate of missing their true potential, or will they somehow reach beyond their individual limitations?

1h 20m | Already closed | The Cell (Chelsea)

Member Reviews (5)


Confusing, Disappointing, Thought-provoking, Slow, Profound
Avg Score

Cliched, Slow, Quirky, Disappointing, Intense

See it if You enjoy plays that deal with the sadness and confusion that often accompanies aging. You like plays without almost no set.

Don't see it if You only enjoy theatre performed in a very traditional style. Comedies and light theatre are your favorite types of shows. No comedy in this

Thought-provoking, Profound, Great writing, Great staging, Must see

See it if you want original theater that is thought-provoking, unique, and deep, and if you are tired of the same-old and want something smart & fresh

Don't see it if you want and expect kitchen-sink drama that tells you what and how to think and is all tied up in a bow at the end

Clever, Ambitious, Confusing, Slow

See it if Experimental feminist theater

Don't see it if Musicals

Confusing, Disappointing, Indulgent

See it if I can't find a reason to see it

Don't see it if it is boring and dull

During previews
Confusing, Thought-provoking

See it if Intimate setting with a small cast exploring how we change as we age.

Don't see it if You want to fully understand what is going on. The show description here is hard to match back fully to the play.

March 25th, 2016
"In following the phases of one woman’s life through the clashing perspectives of three alter egos, 'Hundred' inevitably brings to mind Edward Albee’s “Three Tall Women...Yet it lacks the linguistic grace and harsh wisdom of Mr. Albee’s play. And it fails to create a character that feels other th...
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March 29th, 2016
"An emotionally compelling view on the different stages of one’s self encountered over a lifetime…Audiences are in for a treat as this provocative and progressive new play examines many of the important social issues occurring throughout the world in a fresh and truly thought-provoking way...For ...
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March 22nd, 2016
"This is a piece that could not land well (or even survive) without the help of strong leads; in this production, however, it is a non-issue....A rare occurrence: 'The Hundred We Are' is female-driven and woman-centric, although inevitably occasionally noticeably through the eyes of a man. Thankf...
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March 21st, 2016
"A surreal, phantasmagorical piece...Three women of different ages, backgrounds, and ethnicities as well as a 'shadow'—who could be seen as a Greek chorus—constitute the splendid cast...The play’s production is stark, making director Erwin Maas’s work particularly difficult and praiseworthy...'Th...
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